CD Projekt RED stops pursuing legal action against Witcher 2 pirates

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CD Projekt RED, the developers of PC hit Witcher 2 were ready to take a more hands-on approach with people who pirated their game, to go so far as to identify the pirates, contacting them and requesting around a thousand dollars from each pirate for taking the game without playing. However it seems that they have chosen to back off of this policy.

In an open letter to the gaming community CDP co-founder Marcin Iwinski stated that the company would “immediately cease identifying and contacting pirates.” He went on to say that the reason for their stopping “hurts us, the developers. It hurts the industry as a whole.” Though he did not give any support to piracy and condemned the fact that people who steal their games and don’t pay end up damaging companies and makes companies such as his not “able to produce new excellent titles for you,” which is 100% true.

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